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19SI CIRCU BOARD
EDITOR-IN-CHIEF - Elizabeth Hull
THE ABBIT RABBIT HAS THE IVY LEAGUE HABIT
IN LOVING MEMORY
With pride and affection the senior class
dedicates this book to Miss Kate Frisian,
who has managed so long and so well to do
things with our voices that Mother Nature
never thought of.
Mrs. Alexander Crane, our beloved prin-
cipal, who makes us buckle down and work.
Miss Joan Adaskin
Mlle. Germaine Arosa
Miss Jane D. Baker
Mrs. Mary H. Baker
Miss Janet Bolen
Physics, Physical Education
Mlle. Marie Baratte
Mlle. Paule Bertinchamps
Miss Cynthia Burns
Mrs. Paul DeGavre
MISS JANET FRASER
MISS CAROLYN GOODWIN
MISS ISAREL HANCOCK
Director of Admissions
MISS MILDRED HATCH
Director of Residence
MR. JOHN S. IVERSEN, JR.
MISS EDITH JONES
MISS DOROTHY JUDD
Spanish, Physical Education
MISS MARION McENERY
MISS HARRIET McKEE
MR. DONALD OUTERBRIDGE
History of Art
MISS ELISABETH QUIMBY
MISS SHIRLEY RITCHIE
MRS. MERVIN STEVENS
MISS PAMELA TINKER
MISS ELEANOR TUCKER
Director of Studies
MRS. PAUL WERNER
MR. PAUL WERNER
Left to right: Mrs. Seldon, Bible; Dr. Sidon, Bi-
ble; Mrs. Greenall, Special English.
Left to right: Miss Von Erpecom, Dramatics,
Speech; Miss Haley, Art.
Left to right: Miss Ayre, Dr. Hollis, Miss Perkins.
Left to right:
Miss Frisian, Mr. Coon, Miss
Left to right: Mrs. Iversen, Mrs. Cunningham,
Mrs. Neumark, Miss Blake, Mrs. Davies, Miss
Left to right: Mrs. Eaton, Miss Robinson, Miss
Coolidge, Mrs. Quintal.
Missing: Mrs. Abercrombie, Mrs. Brainerd.
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SENIOR CLASS OFFICERS
Left to Right: A. Daley, President; R. Gray, Secretary; Mrs. Crane, Principal; J. New, Vice-
President; N. Miller, Treasurer.
Abbot, to you we're raising
Our songs ever praising,
As onward we're marching without fears.
With your standards high o'er us,
Your bright torch before us,
Its flame will guide us through the years.
Achievements the blue has earned
Will last through the time to come.
The friendships of '58
Shine in their gold as one.
Now we pledge unto you
Our loyalty true,
Oh Abbot, we'll hold to your ideals.
ELIZABETH LUCILE ARTZ
Walloon Lake, Michigan
Mount Jewett, Pennsylvania
"Liz," Liz-Beth" 1954-1958
"Zip, Zap, Zoop" . . . Pet peeve — that mellow moon
. . . "The Things We Did Last Summer" . . . Always
found exchanging words of wisdom with her buddies
. . . Likes Mid-Westerners, Lester Lanin . . . Dislikes
U.M. . . . Noted for her smile.
Corridor Proctor 1, 2, 3; A.C.A. Representative 1; Nu-
merals 2; "A" Society 3; Stu-G 1, 2; Secretary 4; Fi-
delio 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Hiking Leader
3; Honor Roll 1, 2; Class President 1, 2.
SANDRA GALE BENSEN
24 Maple Avenue, Warwick, New York
"Bones," "Sandy'^ ; 1955-1958
"Where's . . . ?," "Pants to play practise!" . . . Pet
peeve — laundry . . . "Stranded in the jungle!!!" . . . Al-
ways found in the middle of the mess . . . Likes music
studio, three rooms, Norway . . . Dislikes short week
ends . . . Noted for her voice.
Fidelio 3, 4; Class Vice-President 3; A.C.A. Treasur-
er 4; Choir 4; Honor Roll 2, 3.
Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
"No! No! The other closet" . . . Pet peeve — can boun-
cers from above . . . "Mountain Greenery" . . . Always
found pointing to the closet . . . Likes people who
smile, Lester Lanin records . . . Dislikes empty mail-
boxes, necessary dieting . . . Noted for "Rabbot says."
Corridor Proctor 2; Numerals 3; Honor Roll 2, 3;
Prom Committee 3; A.C.A. Vice-President 4; Student
ANNE NICOLL BOSSI
95 Pembroke Road, Darien, Connecticut
"What's this condition?" . . . Pet peeve — frizzy hair
. . . "One Meatball" . . . Always found in a news-
paper . . . Likes Williams men, tall Swedes, purple
cows . . . Dislikes Andover bovs . . . Noted for G-Men.
Proctor 2; Plays 2, 3; Honor Roll 2, 3; New Fidelio;
Fidelio 4; Head of News 4; Bazaar Committee
LINDA ASHLEY CARR
19 East 93rd Street, New York 98, New York
"Haroo!" . . . Pet p^eve — various males . . . "Some-
thing wonderful" . . . Always found swinging through
doorways . . . Likes excitement . . . Dislikes begging
for Courant contributions . . . Noted for her contri-
butions to English IV.
Chapel Proctor 3; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Corridor
Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Courant 3, Edi-
SANDRA JANE CASTLE
1847 Grove Avenue, Quincy, Illinois
"Sandy" ( 1956-1958
"Wish I'd get a letter from Jack" . . . Pet peeve —
nothing in particular . . . "True Love" . . . Always
found nowhere in particular . . . Likes men and ice
cream . . . Dislikes Mondays and dieting . . . Noted
for her stuffed animals.
Plays 3, 4; Corridor Proctor 3; Davis Hall Marshall
3; Class Song Committee 3.
JANE HAMILTON CHRISTIE
Kingston, New Hampshire
"Janie," "Hexie" 1954-1958
"Tree, transom, Joe Schmoe" . . . Pet peeve — Pink
slips that get lost between the co-op and me . . .
"Pound the chac-chacs" . . . Always found under her
sailor hat . . . Likes blond wigs . . . Dislikes choral,
obesity . . . Noted for her chickens.
Class Treasurer 1; "A" Society 3, President 4; W.U.S.
Head 4; Plays 1, 2, 3, 4; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3,4; Varsity
Softball 1, 2, 3.
LEONORA PARSONS COLBY
254-28 Walden Avenue, Great Neck, New York
"Your friend and mine" . . . "Someone to watch over
me" . . . Pet peeve — sophistication . . . Always found
studying . . . Likes time to talk to someone else alone,
walks . . . Dislikes hypocrites, fat . . . Noted for her
brother and his MG.
Archery Field Day 3; Hiking Leader 3; Numerals 2.
ANNE SHIPPEN COLE
River Road, New Hope, Pennsylvania
"It's so gross!" . . . Pet peeve — artificial grins, mouldy
food on the window sill . . . "S'Wonderful" . . . Always
found in front of the mirror . . . Likes tweeds, the Ivy
League, phone calls, Marlboros . . . Dislikes light,
bells, skunks . . . Noted for her tweedy look.
Corridor Proctor 3; Yearbook 4.
LUCIA COMAS BACCARDI
Calle 194 #1320 esquina a 15 Reparto Biltuiore,
Mariano, Havana, Cuba
"Do you think it's cold out?" . . . Pet peeve — Sing-
ing before breakfast . . . "If I Loved You" . . . Always
found in the music studio . . . Likes Brownie Bars . . .
Dislikes sports . . . Noted for her linguistic ability.
Head of Chapel Proctors 4; W.U.S. Representative 4;
Music Studio Committee Chairman 4.
AGNES HUGHES DALEY
40 Morton Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"How immature can you be?" . . . Pet peeve — un-
plucked eyebrows . . . "Searching" . . . Always found
in her office . . . Likes Harvard, "People, people, peo-
ple" . . . Dislikes teetotalers, messy rooms . . . Noted
for her Sunday permissions.
"A" Society 3, Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Varsity Soccer
3, 4; Class Secretary 1; Class Vice-President 1; Class
President 3, 4.
BARBARA BLAIR DAVIDSON
Guelisten Place, Rye, New York
"C'est la vie," "Aren't we collegiate?" . . . Pet peeve —
light in the early morning . . . "Tenderly" . . . Always
found in obscurity . . . Likes male, mail, vacations,
fun . . . Dislikes rising bell, work, the morning after
the night before . . . Noted for her male contacts.
Numerals 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Assistant
Head Chapel Proctor 3; Numerals 3; Varsity Tennis 4.
NANCY MacDONALD DICK
Maiden Lot Farm, Chestertown, Maryland
"Nancy," "Dickie" 1955-1958
"Oh Sugar!!" . . . Pet peeve — People on diets who
shouldn t be . . . "Seven and a Half Cents" . . . Always
found looking for something . . . Likes sports, 3D's at
HJ's . . . Dislikes gum, rainy days . . . Noted for the
way she plays the games.
Varsity Hockey 3, 4; Varsity Basketball 2, 3; "A" So-
ciety 3; Honor Roll 2; Vice-President Student Govern-
ment 4; Fidelio 3, 4.
ANN MARIE DiCLEMENTE
157 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
'Oh, it's so collegiate" . . . Pet peeve — P.A. basketball
games on Wednesday . . . "Lullaby of Birdland" . . .
Always found at the "A" Shop . . . Likes Captains, pro-
water skiing, tweeds, red jalopies . . . Dislikes con-
ceited snobs . . . Noted for her tweedy look.
Proctor 1, 2; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4; Numerals 3; "A"
Society 3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Fidelio 4;
Business Manager of Yearbook 4.
ANNE PARRY ELLICE
Fairview Farm, Annandale, New Jersey
'Tarry" ^ 1955-1958
"Oh ish" . . . Pet peeve — compulsory longs . . . "Cer-
ise Rouge Et Pomme Fleure Blanche" . . . Always
found pinching pennies . . . Likes making hay in the
sun . . . Dislikes Sunday night suppers . . . Noted for
her subtle contribution to the Yearbook.
Corridor Proctor 2, 3, 4; New Fidelio 3; Fidelio 4.
MARGERY LOUISA ERICKSON
. . . Pet peeve — uncomfortable chairs, 6:45
A.M. "Sixpence" . . . Always found in bed . . . Likes
clean hair and sleeping . . . Dislikes doing nothing,
germs, people who don't close doors . . . Noted for that
Varsity Hockey 2; Class Play 2; Honor Roll 2; School
Song Leader 4; Choir 2, 4; Fidelio 4.
SUSAN JENKINS EVANS
1713 Third Avenue, New Brighton, Pennsylvania
"Oh, good grief," "How old is your brother?" . . . Pet
peeve — intellectuals . . . "I'm Not At All In Love"
. . . Always found in other girls' rooms . . . Likes peo-
ple, parties, and champagne . . . Dislikes asparagus
and six-syllable words . . . Noted for her perfect pos-
Brooks Play 3; Play 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Honor Roll 3; Cou-
rant Staff 4.
8 Belcher Avenue, Brockton 47, Massachusetts
"Fink," "Fing" 1955-1958
"No comment, it's only a name," "I've got to hit the li
brary" . . . Pet peeve — her name . . . "Laura" . .
Always found in the Infirmary . . . Likes blue eyes
Enroll Garner, fingernails . . . Dislikes alarm clocks
laundry, cleaning rooms . . . Noted for her snoring . .
Corridor Proctor 2; Junior Play 2; Davis Hall Mar
LINDA DEBORAH FLESH
930 Sunset Drive, Piqua, Ohio
"Oh, you're kidding" . . . Pet peeve — not being able
to get home for weekends . . . "Memories of You" . . .
Always found raiding the ice-box during study hall
and after lights . . . Likes New York City, Ohio, the
ones that got away, things she shouldn't . . . Dislikes
insincerity, good-byes, boasters . . . Noted for her en-
counter with the N.Y. police crew.
Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Hiking Leader 4; Corridor Proc-
tor 4; Varsity Soccer 4.
JOAN WELLS FOEDISH
609 Maple Lane, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
"Oh, help, what am I going to do?" . . . Pet peeve —
diets, pigeons, pulling down shades . . . "It's All Right
With Me" . . . Always found in room "N" . . . Likes
Male Mail, pumpkin seeds, ice cream, orange . . .
Dislikes rising bell, losing things . . . Noted for that
Honor Roll 3; Executive Bazaar Committee 3; Drama
Class 4; Griffin Captain 4.
ELIZABETH MILLER GARDNER
12 Woodland Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
"Oh, Agnes" . . . Pet peeve — silver threads among
the brown . . . "With a Little Bit of Luck" . . . Always
found looking for will power . . . Likes purple cows,
nieces . . . Dislikes an empty mailbox . . . Noted for
her gray hairs.
Class Vice-President 2; Choir 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Var-
sity Softball 2, 3; Varsity Basketball 2; Class President
3; Honorable Mention 2, 3; "A" Society 3; A.A.A.
President 4; Student Government 4.
CECILIA GOMEZ MEJIA
Carrera 7A#32-85 Bogota, Columbia, South America
"You should see" . . . Pet peeve — people chewing
gum . . . "El Deloj" . . . Always found in the shower
. . . Likes Latin boys, dancing, home . . . Dislikes
empty mailboxes, mathematics . . . Noted for her dis-
like of cold weather, the iron maiden, and her cute
Chapel Proctor 4; Pr^p Play 1.
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ROSAMOND FRANCES GRANGER
1 Thompson Terrace, Hanover, New Hampshire
"Rozzie," "Tiger"^ 1954-1958
"I want diversity," "Ayah!" Pet peeve — scuffing, stuf-
fy rooms . . . "Lonesome Cowboy" . . . Always found
in the art studio . . . Likes oysters, Africa, art, tropi-
cal islands . . . Dislikes messes, misers, moochers . . .
Noted for her drawings in Courant.
Corridor Proctor 1, 2; Davis Hall Marshall 3; A.C.A.
Representative 2; Art Editor of Courant 4.
PATRICIA AGNES GRANT
17 Washington Street, Wickford, Rhode Island
"Pat," "Moose" 1955-1958
"He's so dear," "An eye like Mars, to threaten and
command" . . . Pet peeve — people who walk in with-
out knocking . . . "My Funny Valentine" . . . Always
found sleeping with a beanie . . . Likes weekends,
summer nights, beach parties . . . Dislikes classical
music on Saturday, hypocrites . . . Noted for ability
Modern Dance Group 4; Chairman for Parents' Week-
PRISCILLA TOWNSEND GRANT
10 Colonial Court, New Canaan, Connecticut
"Pixie," "Pix" 1955-1958
"Eeek!" "Hey sweets" . . . Pet peeve — a neat room
. . . "So Rare" . . . Always found where she's not
supposed to be . . . Likes Chevy convertibles, Califor-
nia, close harmony . . . Dislikes the Yankees . . . Noted
for those beautiful brains.
Class Treasurer 2; Class Singing Group, 2, 3, 4; Honor
Roll 2, 3, 4; Commencement Play 3; Cheerleader 3, 4;
Fidelio 3,. 4; Vice-President A.A.A. 4; Student Govern-
FAITH HARRIET GRAY
1775 Arlington Avenue, Columbus, Ohio
"Greetings," "Come in and join the party" . . . Pet
peeve — forty watt bulbs . . . "Somewhere Over the
Rainbow" . . . Always found on clean-up committees
. . . Likes Maine, talkative tables, hundred watt
bulbs, stuffed animals . . . Dislikes slammed doors,
asking people for money, stuffed peppers . . . Noted
for her smile.
Corridor Proctor 3; W.U.S. Representative 3, 4; A.C.A.
RUTH ELLEN GRAY
Old South Road, Litchfield, Connecticut
"Chuck-Chuck," "But the weekend went so fast" . . .
Pet peeve — limited phone calls, limited time for call-
ers .. . "Canadian Sunset" . . . Always found in the
Permissions Office . . . Likes a lived-in room . . .Dis-
likes farewells, that climb to the third floor . . . Noted
Corridor Proctor 2, 3, 4; Class Vice-President 3; Fi-
delio 3, 4; Sub- Varsity Hockey 4; Class Secretary 4.
CAROLINE WALDO GREENE
Round Hill Road, Greenwich, Connecticut
"Fiz," "Curly" 1955-1958
"Hold everything" . . . Pet peeve — not meeting a "B"
. . . "La Vie en Rose" . . . Always found chewing
gum . . . Likes pie or cake for breakfast . . . Dislikes
noisy kids upstairs . . . Noted for her summer in Eu-
rope, France in particular.
Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 2; Corridor
Proctor 3; Fidelio 4; Bazaar Committee 3, Numerals
3; "A" Society 3, 4; A.A.A. Treasurer 4.
JOAN PATRICIA GRONBLAD
Chiriqui Land Company, Almirante, Panama
"Thay lithen thilly" . . . Pet peeve — people who say
"I'm sorry" . . . "I'll String Along with You" . . . Al-
ways found downtown at the movies . . . Likes Miami
Beach, strawberry ice cream cones . . . Dislikes
nothing in particular . . . Noted for her soft voice.
Corridor Proctor 2; Commencement Play 3; Senior
Play 4; Chapel Proctor 4; Class Secretary 2.
JUNE ELISE HAMILTON
70 Court Street, Plymouth, Massachusetts
"June," "Racoon" 1955-1958
"Goshes," "Hey, you guys, wait for me" . . . Pet peeve
— sneezing . . . "Greensleeves" . . . Always found wash-
ing clothes in the bathtub . . . Likes telephone calls,
narrow hips . . . Dislikes too many rainy days, '57
Nash station wagons . . . Noted for her looks and
Corridor Proctor 2; Gargoyle Cheerleader 2, 3, 4;
Fidelio 3, 4; Dance Group 2, 3, 4; A.C.A. Representa-
JUDITH MASON HART
Porter's Landing, Freeport, Maine
"You're kidding" . . . Pet peeve — people who don't
answer letters ... "I Miss You So" . . . Always found
laughing . . . Likes people, music, Elvis, food, base-
ball . . . Dislikes grouches, squash, hats . . . Noted for
her blond dip and her sophisticated reserve.
Corridor Proctor 2; Cheerleader 3, 4; Varsity Softball
3; Class Secretary 3; Fidelio 4.
Phillips Street, Andover, Massachusetts
,j^ ^Bridge" ' 1953-1958
J \.^q . "One day an astronomer fell into a ditch" . . . Pet
tfQMw /j peeve — having her Senior pictures taken ... "A La
^' te ~ Claire Fontaine" . . . Always found in the Day Stu-
dent room . . . Likes sight-seeing . . . Dislikes rough-
housing . . . Noted for her long hair.
W.U.S. Representative 4.
SARA MEDORA HILL
Clark's Mill Drive, Sparta, Tennessee
"What difference does it make?"
pigeons, people who move fast . .
. . . Always found in room "N"
horses, mail . . . Dislikes Yankees
Davis Hall Marshall 3; A.C.A. Representative 4; Se-
nior Parlor Committee 4; Senior Drama Class 4.
. . Pet peeve —
"Zippedy Do Da"
. . Likes rebels,
. . Noted for her
ANNE STEWART HITCHCOCK
Brookhills Road, Branford, Connecticut
"Thay fellath," "Does he love me?" . . . Pet peeve —
her nose . . . "The Twelfth Of Never" . . . Always
found around horses . . . Likes horses, hot cars, Ricky
Nelson . . . Dislikes the bell that never fails to ring
at 6:45 . . . Noted for her horses and Dick.
Chapel Proctor 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Senior Drama Class
4; Commencement Play 3.
ELIZABETH DRUMMOND HULL
943 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsylvania
"I want a boy" . . . Pet peeve — people who have
never heard of Sewickley . . . "Just One of Those
Things" . . . Always found anywhere but the library
. . . Likes Lester Lanin, ice cream wagons . . . Dis-
likes scallops, germs . . . Noted for "Hah-Soh."
Bazaar Committee Head 3; Sub- Varsity Softball 3;
Fidelio 4; Yearbook Editor 4; Varsity Hockey 4.
VICTORIA GREENWOOD KOHLER
619 West Park Lane, Kohler, Wisconsin
"Chicks," "Vickie" w 1956-1958
"Ingrid, don't laugh so hard," "No sweat" . . . Pet
peeve — people who mock her accent . . . "True Love"
. . . Always found bopping in the rec room . . . Likes
voodoo dolls, bratwurst, cheese . . . Dislikes Eastern
accents, unanswered letters, sloppy, messy people . . .
Noted for her bopping and fast typing.
Varsity Archery 3; Senior Drama Class 4.
39 Stoner Drive, West Hartford, Connecticut
"Sal," "Sally" 1955-1958
"Hey, I heard what you" . . . Pet peeve — complaints
about her eating . . . "Over The Rainbow" . . . Al-
ways found in the library, thanks to Mary and Nancy
. . . Likes the kitchen, phone calls, pipes, wearing
scarves . . . Dislikes cigars, slippers . . . Noted for
wearing slippers in the library.
Corridor Proctor 2; Class Treasurer 3; Fidelio 3, 4;
Senior Drama Class 4.
SARA HART LEAVITT
195 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"I've got to talk to Nance and Ellie," "He's my big
brother" . . . Pet peeve — reckless drivers . . . "Califor-
nia, Here I Come" . . . Always found with Jackie . . .
Likes Tilton, skating, cats . . . Dislikes parsnips and
her empty mailbox . . . Noted for her skating.
Varsity Lacrosse 3; Proctor 1, 3; Numerals 3; Fi-
FREDERICA NORD LINDRECK
117 East Sixth Street, Jamestown, New York
"Bev, have you done the Physics?" . . . Pet peeve —
getting only her church bulletin in the mail . . .
"Just One Of Those Things" . . . Always found on Ap-
pletree . . . Likes people who can't sing either, the
Pastime, water skiers . . . Dislikes choral, creamed
celery, nasty letters . . . Noted for her cynicism.
Honor Roll 2, 3; Abbot-Brooks Play 3; Commence-
ment Play 3; Class Secretary 3; Yearbook Staff 4.
JACQUELYN EARLAM LOCKE
195 Main Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"Him's so sweet, my cow" . . .
faced people . . . "Loving You,
. . . Always found with Sally . .
Columbia . . . Dislikes party poopers
her Southern drawl.
Fidelio 3, 4; Proctor 3; Choir 4; Secretary of A.C.A. 4
Pet peeve — two-
Likes mail, parties,
. Noted for
KATHERINE ROBERTA LOCKWOOD
79 Sutton Manor, New Rochelle, New York
"Oh, dear — will you be using Davis Hall for long?"
. . . Pet peeve — slow walkers . . . "Sound The Trum-
pet" . . . Always found in the music studio . . . Likes
Wednesday . . . Dislikes closed windows, aphids . . .
Noted for her musical ability.
A.C.A. Representative 3; Numerals 3; Hiking Leader
3, 4; Bazaar Committee Head 3; Courant Staff 4.
JOAN VALERIE MATTHEWS
70 Holt Road, Andover, Massachusetts
"Dam, I've lost my—" . . . Pet peeve — an empty ciga-
rette package . . . "Greensleeves" . . . Always found
walking across the circle . . . Likes Lexi's kittens,
fall, formals, classical music . . . Dislikes snobs and
being hurried . . . Noted for her love of the Senior
Day Student Proctor 2, 4; Day Student Dance Com-
ANNE CURTIS METCALF
182 Adams Street, Milton, Massachusetts
"In a pig's eye, chile," "Where's Sibby?" . . . Pet peeve
— Bossi's diets . . . "Fascination" . . . Always found in
the library . . . Likes ballet, boiled eggs for breakfast,
Beethoven . . . Dislikes being late . . . Noted for
those delightful weekly shipments from home.
Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Modern Dance Group 4; Art
Editor of -Yearbook 4.
NANCY HOTCHKISS MILLER
1245 Madison Avenue, New York, New York
"Oh, for a cigarette" . . . Pet peeve — stepping on
chewed gum . . . "Lullaby of Birdland" . . . Always
found at Wesleyan in spirit . . . Likes jazz, Manhattan,
those long summer days on the beach . . .Dislikes
Sunday quiet hour, deadlines . . . Noted for her laugh.
Honor Roll 3; Class Treasurer 4; President of Fidelio
4; Fidelio 4; Gargoyle Song Leader 4.
SUSAN SHELDON MOORE
961 North Riverside, St. Clair, Michigan
"Sue" i ^ 1955-1958
"What'd he say?" . . . Pet peeve — rising bells . . .
"Almost Paradise" . . . Always found in any dilemma
. . . Likes walks, Andover, priori calls, and Michi-
gan . . . Dislikes bells, an empty mailbox . . . Noted
for the late entrances to breakfast.
Cheerleader 2, 3, 4; Fidelio 3, 4; Class Singing Group
2, 3, 4; Choir 4; Chapel Proctor 4.
MONICA ANN MORAN
65 Greenway Terrace, Forest Hills, New York
'Too bad! too bad!" . . . Pet peeve — dirty rooms . . .
"Someday My Prince Will Come" . . . Always found
cleaning, thanks to Pix . . . Likes U.S. Marines, Syr-
ians, laughing . . . Dislikes mail from females, diets,
GC— , pigeons . . . You name it— she's noted for it!
Fidelio 3, 4; Brooks Play 3; Class Singing Group 3, 4;
Griffin Song Leader 4; Secretary of A.A.A. 4.
DESIER ANNE MOULTON
103 Circle Road, Staten Island 4, New York
"Carol, time to get up!" . . . Pet peeve — misplaced
mail . . . "Moonglow" . . . Always found laughing in
the shower . . . Likes sports and drama . . . Dislikes
knitting and bells, bells, bells . . . Noted for appear-
ing at the wrong moment.
Class President 2; Varsity Tennis 2; Varsity Hockey 3;
Fidelio 3, 4; Choir 4; Varsity Basketball 3; President
Student Government 4.
10 Queen's Park West, Port-of-Spain, Trinidad
"Ooooh — Kay" (Calypso forever) . . . Pet peeve —
Merrimack News Co. . . . "God Save the Queen" . . .
Always found in the food store . . . Likes redheads,
all coolies and the Union Jack . . . Dislikes baked
beans and skunks . . . Noted for her laugh.
Class Secretary 2; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Brooks Play 3;
Commencement Play 3; Varsity Soccer 2, 3, 4; "A"
Society 3; Senior Drama Class, Class Vice-President 4.
ANNE LYNETTE NIELSEN \j -
Centerville, Maryland ^ «>LlJlkPj '
"Oh, well, does this belong to you?" . . . Pet peeve —
having to grovel for bobby pins in the dark . . . "Ah
Wanna Go Back Whar Ah Come From" . . . Always
found in the closet . . . Likes pipes, football, people
who can't sing . . . Dislikes zippers, short boys, popu-
lar girls, scallops . . . Noted for her Andover walks.
Corridor Proctor 2; Hiking Leader 4; W.U.S. Repre-
MARY THERESE O'CONNOR
110 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"I was only kidding, I'm starved" . . . Pet peeve —
pink sweaters ... "I Could Have Danced All Night"
. . . Always found at football games in the rain . . .
Likes baby food, parties at Graham House . . . Dislikes
pineapple for dessert . . . Noted for her red hair.
Proctor 1, 2; Numerals 2; "A" Society 3; Varsity Soc-
cer 3, 4; Hiking Leader 3; Cheerleader 4; Soccer
Coach 4; Business Manager of Yearbook 4.
EDITH VALBORG OLSON
1228 East Woodside, South Bend 14, Indiana
"This is the life!" . . . Pet peeve — people who don't
know where the West begins . . . "Notre Dame Vic-
tory March" . . . Always found drinking coffee near
any radiator . . . Likes those train rides home, collegi-
ate men, vacations . . . Dislikes mixer and concert
dates, Smoky Mountains, an empty mailbox . . . Noted
for her Princeton weekend.
Fidelio 3, 4; Davis Hall Marshall 3; Class Singing
Group 3, 4.
FREDERICA TOD OWSLEY
1440 Girard-Hubbard Road, Hubbard, Ohio
"You'll never guess who called!" . . . Pet peeve — cut-
ting hair . . . "I'm in the Mood for Love" . . . Always
found at Yale and in "Life" . . . Likes long fingernails,
beach parties in Bermuda . . . Dislikes diets, slam-
ming doors . . . Noted for the fact that "Gentlemen
Numerals 3; Commencement Play 3; "A" Society 3;
Social Chairman 4; Varsity Tennis 4; Dance Group 4.
ROSEMARY LOUISE OZOONIAN
Osgood Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"Hurry up, Val, or we'll be late" . . . Pet peeve —
losing things . . . "April Love" . . . Always found at
rainy football games . . . Likes Pat Boone, soccer and
Saturday mornings . . . Dislikes slow people, tomato
aspic . . . Noted for her mother's pizza pies.
Junior Play; Varsity Soccer 3, 4; Executive Bazaar
Committee 3; Commencement Play 3; Treasurer of
Day Students 4.
106 Beaver Road, Sewickley, Pennsvlvania
"I'm a complete idiot," "Heh heh, come on you guys"
. . . Pet peeve — Swiss noblemen . . . "Passing
Strangers" . . . Always found figuring out new ex-
cuses . . . Likes remembering, sailing, hunting for the
key . . . Dislikes caterpillars, being unmathematical,
dusty mailboxes, being restricted . . . Noted for her
uplifting remarks (Wynne says).
Commencement Play 3; Honor Boll 3; Senior Drama
PATRICIA ALLEN PARRISH
520 Crescent Road, Hamilton, Ohio
"Skiny-miny-miny fishtails" . . . Pet peeve — conceited
people . . . "Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree" . . .Al-
ways found in the last row of Choral . . . Likes males,
mails, food . . . Dislikes Sunday afternoons, diets . . .
Noted for her fabulous diets.
Corridor Proctor 2, 3; Soccer 2, 3, 4; Chapel Proctor 4.
CAROLYN JANE PHILLIPS
Bass River Parkway, Bass River, Massachusetts
"I won't get up this morning!" . . . Pet peeve — absent-
minded people . . . "Show Me the Way to Go Home"
. . . Always found on a tennis court . . . Likes rolls,
Friday afternoons . . . Dislikes fire drills . . . Noted
for her skill in tennis.
A.C.A. Representative 3; Varsity Tennis 3, 4; Courant
Staff 4; Fidelio 4; Fidelio Accompanist 4.
BARBARA GORDON RANDALL
1040 10th Street, Boulder, Colorado
"Barbie," "Barb" 1956-1958
"Ye-es?" "Now that you mention it" . . . Pet peeve —
rising bell followed by early morning wit . . . "Spring-
time in the Rockies" . . . Always found in Metcalf's
room when her weekly shipments come in . . . Likes
red night gowns, bare feet . . . Dislikes eggshells in
boiled eggs, Elvis . . . Noted for her violin and her
Davis Hall Marshall 3; Corridor Proctor 4; Fidelio 3,
4; Senior Drama Class 4.
JEAN LaFUGE REYNOLDS
Crozer Seminarv, Chester, Pennsylvania
"Jeanerino," "Jeanie" 1953, 1955, 1957-1958
"Hi, horrible" . . . Pet peeve — empty mailboxes . . .
"Don't Sit Under the Apple Tree With Anyone Else
But Me" . . . Always found lurking around the front
office waiting for a phone call . . . Likes music, mail,
men . . . Dislikes Monday morning classes . . Noted
for her callers.
A.C.A. Representative 4; Fidelio 4; Music Studio
1 Lone Pine Road, Biltmore Forest
Asheville, North Carolina
"Hi there, y'all!" "It was fabulous" . . . Pet peeve —
cold bedrooms . . . "Tenderly" . . . Always found in
cell #234 . . . Likes phone-calls those Southern boy*
. . . Dislikes bells . . . Noted for her Southern accen'
and her ability to eat and stay thin.
Recreation Room Committee 3; Senior-Mid Talent
Show Committee 3; Corridor Proctor 4.
CLAUDIA LEE SANDBURG
27 Chestnut Street, Andover, Massachusetts
"Hi, collegiate" . . . Pet peeve — Monday mornings
. . . "September Song" . . . Always found anywhere
you're not looking . . . Likes Jimmy, athletics . . . Dis-
likes people saying, "Are you pinned?" . . . Noted for
that little car.
Class Secretary 1; Honor Roll 1, 2, 3; Numerals 2; "A"
Society 2; Varsity Lacrosse 2, 3; Varsity Soccer 4;
Head of Day Students 4.
MARY ANN SAVAGE
Asticou, Northeast Harbor, Maine
"Yea Maine," "For Pete's sake" . . . Pet peeve — peo-
ple who don't like Maine . . . "There's a Gold Mine
In The Sky" . . . Always found singing . . . Likes Erroll
Garner, sailing, "Peanuts" . . . Dislikes chewing gum
. . . Noted for her voice.
Honor Roll 2, 3; Class Vice-President 2; Fidelio 2, 3;
Choir 2, 3; W.U.S. Representative 4; Commencement
SARAH VIDAL SEVERANCE
Father Peter's Lane, New Canaan, Connecticut
ttrri • • r.
"Certainly is fine'
door and pigeons .
in the food store
. . Pet peeve — Speedo's closet
"SWonderful" . . . Always found
. Likes Rob, food, Kent School,
Dislikes fried grasshoppers . . .
Noted for being a hacker.
Junior Play 2; Varsity Softball 2, 3; Corridor Proctor
3; Fidelio 3, 4; Victrola Committee 4.
JOSEPHINE ANNE SHANKLIN
13 Everett Avenue, Winchester, Massachusetts
Joanne," "Josie," "Jo" 1954-1958
"I'm such an idiot,' "Hallelujah" . . . Pet peeve —
roomo the messo . . . "S'Wonderful" . . . Always found
in a continuous state of confusion . . . Likes chocolate
bars for breakfast, Rohemians, Orange . . . Dislikes
liver and bacon, being hurried . . . Noted for her
Dance Club 1, 2, 3, 4; Head of Riding 3; Chapel Proc-
tor 3; Courant Staff 4.
SHIRLEY MAY SLATER
5 Carrington Lane, Farmington, Connecticut
"Shirley," "Shirl" 1954-1958
"C'est la vie" . . . Pet peeve — people who talk only
about the weather . . . "Blue Skies" . . . Always found
typing . . . Likes sailing, books, cats, Greece, Mt.
Desert Island . . . Dislikes Latin, math, rain . . .Noted
for being a star reporter.
A.C.A. Representative 3; Courant Staff 4.
HELEN INGRID STAHLBRAND
Off Cross Road, Boxford, Massachusetts
"Inkie," "Ingie" 1955-1958
"Let's do something different," "Toots" . . . Pet peeve
— her chins, silence, silence, silence . . . "Love is
Strange" . . . Always found in the easy chair or an
empty box . . . Likes little lost cooks, nonconformists,
toadstabbers . . . Dislikes cheese, pickles, pouncers,
"Little S" . . . Noted for her screaming at odd mo-
Chapel Proctor 3; Bazaar Committee Head 3.
MARY MOSELY STEKETEE
2000 Thornapple River Drive, Grand Rapids, Mich.
"Mare," "Stek,"J'Big Mare" 1956-1958
"Come on, Yale" "I'm gonna stay on my diet this time
— really!" . . . Pet peeve — rainy day schedule . . .
"Blue Skies" . . . Always found studying . . . Likes
Michigan, train trips home, Yale, sports . . . Dislikes
non-Michiganers, Harvard, choral, blind dates . . .
Noted for her Michigan complex.
Corridor Proctor 3; Varsity Softball 3; Head of Hik-
NANCY ELIZABETH STEVENSON
933 Hemlock Ave., Shawinigan Falls, Quebec, Canada
^Stevie," "Peanuts'^ 1955-1958
"Aye? You know?" "Carol, you gotta help me" . . .
Pet peeve — people who think I live way up North
. . . "Moonlight Gambler" . . . Always found doing
a big washing . . . Likes ice hockey games, Dartmouth,
walks through P.A. . . . Dislikes anti-P.A. people . . .
Noted for her P.A. boys.
W.U.S. Representative 2; Corridor Proctor 3; A.C.A.
ELEANOR PERCY TAFT
345 Mockingbird Valley Road, Louisville, Kentucky
"What, are you kidding?" . . . Pet peeve — weekly
comps . . . "SWonderfuT . . . Always found wander-
ing . . . Likes sugar lumps, Army and Navy, night-
watchmen and little maids . . . Dislikes saddle shoes,
persnickity people . . . Noted for her good nature.
A.C.A. Representative 3; Bazaar Committee 3; Mod-
ern Dance Group 3, 4.
STEPHANIE SHELDON THRALL
270 Boston Post Road, Weston, Massachusetts
"SteffiV ( 1954-1958
"Ditto," "Yeah, Man" . . . Pet peeve — Honor students
who come from a test saying "Oh, I flunked" . . .
"Someone To Watch Over Me" . . . Always found
in spelling class . . . Likes football, pipes, Colgate,
Vermont . . . Dislikes studying, milk, deadlines . . .
Noted for her "Rogers."
Plays 1, 2; Bazaar Committee 3; Numerals 3; A.C.A.
Representative 4; Corridor Proctor 4.
SUSAN MARIE TIDD
181 Elderfields Road, Manhasset, New York
"Susie," "Tiddaboo" 1954-1958
"Zap," "Let's go, Gargs" . . . Pet peeve — hound dogs
and cool cats . . . "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" . . .
Always found — wouldn't you like to know? . . . Likes
Uncle Dud, hockey . . . Dislikes spiders, conceited
boys . . . Noted for her spirit and that Manhasset man.
Varsity Hockey 2, 3, 4; Varsity Softball 2, 3; Class
Singing Group 3, 4; Class Song Leader 2, 3, 4; Fidelio
4; Gargoyle Captain 4.
LINDSAY CRAWFORD VANDEVEER
5675 Sussex Road, Bloomfield Hills, Michigan
"Wicked," "Lordy, that's life" . . . Pet peeve — people
with false fronts . . . "Melodie D'Amour" . . . Always
found either downtown or at the movie theatre . . .
Likes train rides to Michigan, weeds . . . Dislikes Sun-
days at Abbot, people who don't answer letters . . .
Noted for constantly cutting her hair.
Varsity Soccer 4.
SANDRA ELIZABETH VEEDER
R.D. #2, Dalton, Pennsylvania
;;Sandy," "Veed" 1956-1958
"Aw, g'wan" . . . Pet peeve — slow tables . . .
"Searchin' "... Always found gaining weight and
putting foot in mouth . . . Likes food, being in love,
animals . . . Dislikes house dust, unused guest towels,
avocados . . . Noted for six feet two, eyes of blue.
Head of Riding 3; Fidelio 4; W.U.S. Representative
4; Yearbook Staff 4.
KRISTIN VAN ANDEN WALKER
Oenoke Ridge, New Canaan, Connecticut
"Oh, what am I going to say?" . . . Pet peeve — losing
things . . . "St. Louis Blues" . . . Always found never
ready . . . Likes grapefruits, rock'n roll . . . Dislikes
deadlines, obligations . . . Noted for buying odd rec-
Co-Chairman of Senior-Mid Talent Show 3; Senior
Drama Class 4; W.U.S. Representative 4.
DORIS ADAIR WARD
200 Albro Lane, Cedarhurst, New York
"I'm applying to Okeechobee Sub-Normal" . . . Pet
peeve — getting Winkie Ward's mail . . . "Love Is A
Many Splendored Thing" . . . Always found in the
apple orchard . . . Likes MG's and what's usually in
them . . . Dislikes cream cheese and jelly sandwiches
. . . Noted for her graughle.
Fidelio 4; Yearbook Staff 4.
MICHAEL IRENE WELCH
3270 Lake Shore Drive, Chicago, Illinois
"They're frustrated" . . . Pet peeve — waiting for the
teacher to start eating . . . "Istanbul" . . . Always found
at the refrigerator . . . Likes men and books . . . Dis-
likes compulsory activities . . . Noted for her ingenu-
Junior Play 2; Brooks-Abbot Play 3; Prom Committee
3; W.U.S. Representative 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Senior Play 4.
233 Runstick Point Road, Harrington, Rhode Island
"But Bev, I like that cluttered look" . . . Pet peeve —
scoopers . . . "True Love" . . . Always found in Sweden
. . . Likes little projects, Sweden, never a dull mo-
ment . . . Dislikes dirty laundry, neat rooms . . . Noted
for the good job she's done on A.C.A.
W.U.S. Representative 2; Dance Group 2, 3; Class
Treasurer 3; Fidelio 3, 4; Griffin Cheerleader 3, 4;
A.C.A. President 4; Student Government 4.
CYNTHIA LEAS WORCESTER
Box 95, Montego Bay, Jamaica
"Cinnie," "Wus" 1955-1958
"Ye gods, now what?" . . . Pet peeve — poor posture
. . . "Jamaica Farewell" . . . Always found coming
late to breakfast . . . Likes tennis, math, fresh air . . .
Dislikes bells in general, rising bell in particular . . .
Noted for being a fresh air fiend.
Honor Roll 2, 3, 4; Varsity Tennis 2, 3, 4; Corridor
Proctor 2, 3, 4; Numerals 3; Executive Bazaar Com-
mittee 3; Yearbook Staff 4.
Ill[ world in n DAYS
LIZ ARTZ leaves her unforgettable summer-winter trail to Michigan to Joanie
SANDY BENSEN leaves the music studio three room to some lucky senior-mids.
BEY BLACK and FAITH WHITE leave their "Comments" to Diane Gerros, and
their room to Annie and Sharon.
ANNE BOSSI leaves her New York Times to anyone who can understand it —
LINDA CARR leaves her contact lenses to all vain, near-sighted people.
SANDY CASTLE leaves her cousin at Phillips-Andover to anyone who will take
eood care of him.
JANE CHRISTIE. RICA LINDBECK. and ANNE NIELSEN leave the Gunther
trophy B.A.N, to Miss Crozier.
NORA COLBY leaves a water skiing teacher to the prospective swimming pool.
ANNSI COLE leaves her crooked smile to anyone who feels that she is unbal-
anced enough to wear it.
LUCIA COMAS leaves the food store well stocked with Brownie bars.
AGI DALEY leaves her ability to take Saturday and Sunday leaves.
BOBBIE DAVIDSON leaves her sophisticated swing to Zee Makepeace.
NANCY DICK leaves her gracefulness to any modern dancer who is in dire need
ANNE DiCLEMENTE leaves the P. A. movies to the Abbot entertainment.
ANNE PARRY ELLICE leaves her initials to the Abbot gym.
MARGE ERICKSON leaves her maps to some other poor lost soul.
SUSAN EVANS leaves the Mexican War and the Eleventh Amendment to Mr.
JOYCE FINGER leaves her snoring, (which she still denies), to the night watch-
LINDA FLESH leaves her great ability to sing to Barbie Fawcett on the condition
that she uses it only after lights to annoy others.
JOAN FOEDISCH leaves her squirt gun which Tij uses for pigeon shooting to
BETSY GARDNER leaves five inches to Didi Montgomery.
CECILIA GOMEZ leaves her scarlet knee socks to anyone with cold feet.
ROZZIE GRANGER leaves her newest creation to the "White Dress."
PAT GRANT leaves her bed. undoubtedly the most comfortable at Abbot, to
an von e who enjovs sleeping as much as she does.
PIXIE GRANT and NIKKI MORAN leave their feet to Miss McEnery.
HARRIET GRAY leaves her black and orange shirt to Mike Dyer.
RUTH GRAY leaves with her Williston accumulation.
CAROL GREENE leaves her Abbot walking shoes to Julie Owen.
JOAN GRONBLAD leaves her Jamaican accent to Miss Judd.
JUNE HAMILTON leaves her bangs to anyone who can keep them trimmed
JUDY HART leaves her Griffin beanie to "Bulldog."
BRIDGET HAYES leaves Phvsics class with a relieved mind.
SADO HILL leaves her Confederate flag to Pat Ball.
ANNE HITCHCOCK leaves her gyrating motions to Diane Gerros.
SIBBY HULL leaves the trail she blazed to Judv Beecher.
VICKIE KOHLER leaves her Sheboygan accent to all those with a Boston ac-
cent so that they won't have to "pahk th' cah in th' Havad yahd."
SALLY LAWRENCE leaves her contact lenses to all those who want to wear
SALLY LEAVITT leaves her love-lorn column to the love-lorn of Abbot.
JACKIE LOCKE leaves the North .with a "saaah" of relief.
KAKI LOCKWOOD leaves the organ in Davis Hall to Nick the cook.
VAL MATTHEWS leaves her senior shelf to Laurie Smith.
ANNE METCALF leaves her tresses to Alice lams, so that between them they
can reach to the floor.
NANCY MILLER leaves a thousand empty Coke bottles to Mrs. Bonde.
SUE MOORE leaves in a cloud of oblivion.
ANNE MOULTON leaves to Miss Judd the memory of "Mr. Bear."
JENNY NEW leaves her cannibal characteristics to the poor and needy of Abbot.
MARY O'CONNOR leaves her saddle shoes to whoever wants them.
EDIE OLSON leaves her red jeweled mittens to Debbie Krichels for the times
that she insists upon opening the windows in class.
TIKI OWSLEY leaves her fingernails to Missy McGehee.
ROSEMARY OZOONIAN leaves her soccer bruises to the next Gargoyle center
WYNNKIE PAFFARD and DORIS WARD leave Winkie Ward an undisputed
PAT PARRISH leaves her diet to anyone who needs it.
CAROLYN PHILLIPS leaves her bench in Fidelio to Holly Robertson.
BARBIE RANDALL leaves a dust rag to clean off the animals in Davis Hall.
JEAN REYNOLDS leaves to the laundry the buttons it washed off her shirts and
blew through the toes of her socks.
NANCY RUSSELL leaves her luck with West Point boys to Annie Morris.
CLAUDIA SANDBURG leaves her little car to next year's senior day students.
MARY ANN SAVAGE leaves her tennis skill to Sunny Jennings.
TIJ SEVERANCE leaves Miss McEnery some well-deserved peace and quiet.
JOANNE SHANKLIN leaves her clothing store to some broke senior-mid.
SHIRLEY SLATER leaves her ankle in the Infirmary soaking.
INGRID STAHLBRAND leaves her height in a trust fund for Didi Montgomery
to use when she has a six foot date.
MARY STEKETEE leaves Boston Hill to some more experienced skier.
NANCY STEVENSON leaves for Haverhill.
ELEANOR TAFT leaves
STEFFIE THRALL leaves the Abbot coffee to the starving Hungarians.
SUSIE TIDD leaves her hairnet to those who need it.
LINDSAY VANDEVEER leaves her witty words willingly.
SANDY VEEDER leaves her place in advanced English to Mickey Spillane.
KRIS WALKER leaves her huge appetite to Charlotte Paull.
MIKE WELCH leaves a gilded Abbot Blue Book with the rules written in red
ink to Phillips Andover.
CYNTHIA WORCESTER leaves her poor posture to the Physical Education
department for future scientific research.
The CIRCLE STAFF leaves Mr. Robb a neat and clean Room 1.
SENIOR DRAMA CLASS
First row: S. Lawrence, J. Gronblad, S. Castle, S. Thrall, N. Moran.
Second row: S. Hill, A. Hitchcock, W. Paffard, V. Kohler, K. Walker, J. Christie, S. Evans,
B. Randall, M. Welch, J. New, S. Bensen.
CLASS OFFICERS - FIRST TERM
S. Fox, President; J. Synnott, Vice-president;
J. Thompson, Treasurer; K. Holt, Secretary.
First row: F. Critchley, D. Hayes, S. Fournier,
Second row: A. Grew, S. Wholey, J. Roundy,
S. Calnan, L. Smith, K. Sides, E. Harriman,
S. Bradley, G. Barton.
DRAPER - FIRST FLOOR, OLD WING
First row: M. Knhns, L. McGehee, F. Hooper,
Second row: B. Fawcett, L. Fox, L. Bell, C.
Nichols, E. Hall, P. Marvin, E. Taylor, B.
Quimby, K. Holt, S. Fox.
CLASS OFFICERS, SECOND TERM
Left to right: S. Goodwillie, President; A. Tra-
vers, Secretary; L. Bell, Treasurer; D. Mont-
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DRAPER-SECOND FLOOR, OLD WING
First row: T. Savell, C. Hitch, C. Watson, N.
Taft, A. lams, D. Montgomery, D. Gerros.
Second row: S. Holland, D. Henry, L. Lobb,
H. Robertson, P. Beebe, E. Greene, M. Fair-
fax, C. Evans, J. Synnott, A. Travers, S. Coop-
er, T. Ranson.
DRAPER-THIRD FLOOR, OLD WING
First row: J. Bingham, C. Laurence, A. Morris,
J. Thompson, D. Moose, N. Wardweil, C. Paull.
Second row: S. Yudicky, J. Fisher, M. Feltwell,
W. Ward, S. Moulton, S. Goodwillie, N. Porter,
L. Mahoney, Z. Makepeace, J. Sandfort, S.
Weymouth, M. Lockwood.
CLASS OFFICERS, FIRST TERM
Left to right: J. Hagerman, President; R. Cox,
Secretary; L. Yeomans, Treasurer; W. Bolton,
First row: P. Danielson, S. Lothrop.
Second row: S. Brennan, M. Saliba, K. Stevens,
H. Malone, M. Bethune, J. Nassar, A. Crane.
CLASS OFFICERS, SECOND TERM
Left to right: S. Kassler, President; S. Weber,
Treasurer; B. Lewis, Secretary; J. Matteis, Vice-
First row: M. McLaughlin, J. Tillotson, E.
Dillon, A. Valkenberg, B. Norr, J. Matteis, N.
Second row: M. Drayton, J. Cabral, J. Beech-
er, C. Sherman, L. Knowlton, B. Walker, S.
Weber, A. Kales, M. C. Smith.
First row: B. Lewis, D. Ralphs, B. Van Winkle,
Second row: W. Bolton, O. Smith, S. Kassler,
S. Foote, P. Dufault, M. Feldblum, N. Hough,
H. Jopling, L. Yeomans.
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First row: D. Tod, J. Hagerman.
Second row: C. Hutchins, S. Spalding, S. von
der Heyde, P. Collins, E. Johnson, A. Jennings,
V. Pratt, L. Furneaux.
S. Wilkinson, J. Humphrey, C. Kent, D. Kri-
chels, B. Cooper, H. O'Connor, R. Cox, M.
Dyer, A. Sharabati.
CLASS OFFICERS, FIRST TERM
Left to Right: J. Owen, President; S. Rothwell,
Secretary; G. Hodges, Treasurer; S. Fox, Vice-
First Row: D. Easton, C. Butler, B. Hyde,
Second Row: M. Farnsworth, E. Keegan,
C. O'Brien, S. Hill, M. Harriman, J. Bene-
CLASS OFFICERS, SECOND TERM
Left to Right: S. Hill, Vice-President; B. Hyde,
Secretary; C. Butler, Treasurer; S. Davis, Presi-
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First row: P. Ball, K. Johnson, S. Davis,
L. Scott, J. Owen.
Second row: A. Lynch, S. Rothwell, F.
Rainbolt, S. Arnold, B. Ledgard, E. Whit-
well, L. Lynch, G. Hodges.
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CALENDAR OF EVENTS
Gates open and close again.
Posture pictures taken, Cynthia
Dusty books removed from pack-
New girls shudder at voice tests.
School invades Crane's Beach.
"Gosh, only 254 days till Gradua-
A.C.A. Hoedown in Ezra's barn.
Seniors take inspiring nature walks
Apple trees yield much fruit.
Metcalf begins to draw.
Seniors send smoke signals from
"And where are you applying?"
Gargs, Griffs, and Braves celebrate.
One month down, eight to go.
Seniors sip coffee with faculty.
Shanklin opens shop.
Annsi gets gypped.
First snowfall at Mixer.
"And who are you going to the
Tea Dance with?"
Rica and Sibby are non-committal.
Chapel steps get fall cleaning.
Wynne starts to say.
"I'm taking this weekend!"
"Good for you."
Happy Birthday Ike (and Doris).
Third floor has party.
Metcalf keeps drawing.
"Say cheese, seniors."
Prowler takes tour of Draper.
Parents descend upon school.
Deerfield beats Andover. Yea?!
Senior-mids exhibit talent.
Confucius say ....
Rabbot (not Rabbit) starts social
Eddie finally calls Jo.
"Too bad, too bad."
First town meeting.
Andover beats Exeter.
Cadavre takes athletic pictures.
New Calling Hour entertainment.
White dresses rushed to cleaners.
Metcalf drives buckboard.
"Hi, how wao your vacation?"
Classic literature distributed by
Everyone breaks diet for W.U.S.
Underclassmen enjoy movies.
Senior Drama Class stooped to
Three room party.
Saddle Shoes entertain once more.
Last Verse Rehearsals.
Cynthia leaves in middle of night.
Rest of school leaves.
Oh, happy day.
Merry Christmas, everyone.
Bus gets stuck in snow.
Not for long, though.
Stone falls out of Barbara's ring.
Treasure Hunt ensues.
Radiator blows up in Mr. Iversen's
Metcalf is still drawing.
Tea Dance smashing success.
Susie polishes Warren's ring.
Annsi turns on natural gas in
Worry, worry, worry.
"Flunk now and avoid the June
Seniors leave for mountain para-
Casualties limp back to school.
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School acquires two new members.
Fidelio sings with P.A.
Miss Baker displeased with lazy
Fidelio sings with P.E.A.
Seniors depart for college week
Ha-Soh, velly honahle ....
Iva Kitchell ends Celebrity Series
with a bang.
Mid-Year grades come out.
The sheep are separated from the
Be My Valentine!
Yearbook Staff panics.
"Who can I have to the prom?"
Tea Dances at P.A. and Exeter.
First indication of Spring Fever.
Ah, at last ....
Seniors and Sr.-Mids go "Around
the World in Eighty Days."
Girls wave goodbye to dates from
The mundane routine resumes.
Miss Baker holds informal Eng-
Metcalf ceases to draw.
"This is your last chance, Seniors."
Scientific scholars visit museum in
Spring is the time when ....
"Only three more days."
"Bermuda, Nassau, Florida, Stowe,
School is abandoned.
This is the last stretch.
Fidelio sings again.
Spring weather conducive to better Tea
Photosynthesis begins for another year.
Seniors enjoy walking to the Inn on Sun-
View of circle on Sundays from the up-
stairs windows improves.
Abbot goes to Cochran Chapel.
Senior-mids form committees.
Abbot holds another successful Tea
Seniors are tense.
Circle changes appearance temporarily.
Bazaar— nice work, senior-mids!
The fatal white envelopes arrive.
"Where are you going?"
"I'm going to Okechobee Sub-Normal."
"Smith? Are you kidding?"
Another Field Day rolls around.
Who will win the shield?
Worry, worry, worry— ( Familiar song?)
Exams are over— whew!
Senior-mids acquire rings.
Rehearsals and more rehearsals.
Senior class picnic.
Seniors trip down aisle with rose.
Senior-mids impressed with seniority.
Abbot Farewell ....
Left to right: J. New; A. Daley, R. Ozoonian; C. Sand-
berg; E. Artz, Secretary; A. Moulton, President; N. Dick,
Vice-President; B. Cardner, P. Grant, F. White, B. Black.
First row: J. New, A. Daley, P. Grant, B. Gardner, E. Artz, A. Moulton, N. Dick, F. White,
B. Black, C. Sandberg, R, Ozoonian.
Second rou: D. Montgomery, S. Fox, J. Synnott, J. Hagerman, J. Matteis, S. Kassler, S. Good-
willie, S. Hill, J. Owen, W. Bolton, S. Fox, S. Davis.
Left to Right: B. Gardner, President; C. Green, Treas-
urer; P. Grant, Vice-President; N. Moran, Secretary.
MODERN DANCE GROUP
First Row: S. Wholey, F. Owsley, E. Kellogg, P. Grant,
Second Row: H. Malone, P. Marvin, E. Taft, N. Russell,
L. McGehee, F. White.
Third Row: A. Metcalf, J. Shanklin, N. Taft, A. lams.
First Row: N. Dick, C. Greene, S. Tidd, J. Christie,
C. Sandberg, J. New, A. DiClemente.
Second Row: F. Owsley, S. Severance, C. Worcester,
E. Artz, P. Grant, M. O'Connor.
Third Row: G. Barton, B. Gardner, A. Daley, K. Sides,
A. Moulton, S. Fournier, S. Calnan.
PHYSICAL EDUCATION TEACHERS
Miss Ritchie, Miss Bolen, Miss Judd.
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First row: J. Locke, Treasurer; S. Bensen, Secretary.
Second row: F. White, President; B. Black, Vice-
First row: J. Matteis, S. Thrall, B. Lewis,
S. Fox, N. Taft, E. Johnson.
Second row: N. Smith, J. Reynolds, H.
Cray, S. Rothwell, L. Mahoney, B. Cooper,
Missing: S. Hill.
First roic: J. Owen, C. Jones, S. von der Heyde, M. Bethune, J. Christie, President; D. Mont-
gomery, B. Dillon, L. Comas.
Second row: L. Yeomans, A. Sharabati, K. Walker, Z. Makepeace, S. Veeder, A. Nielsen, S.
Weber, J. Roundy.
WORLD UNIVERSITY MICE
S. Slater, S. Evans, R. Granger, L. Can, Editor; J.
Shanklin. K. Lockwood, C. Phillips.
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D. Ward, A. MetCalf, C. Worcester, F.
Lindbcck, E. Hull, A. DiClemente, A. Cole,
S. Veeder, M. O'Connor.
First rote: C. Jones, M. McGehee, C. Paull, S. Fox, D. Montgomery.
Second row: P. Grant, A. Metcalf, M. Savage, T. Savell, S. Moore.
Third row: S. Bensen, H. Robertson, J. Locke, B. Gardner, L. Flesh, M. Erickson, A.
Moulton, S. Brennan, M. Moran, S. Weymouth.
Susie Tidd, Captain
J. Hamilton, S. Moore, P. Grant, N. Taft, C. Sandberg, M.
Firs* row: S. Hull, S. Cooper, S. Tidd, L. Bell,
P. Grant, J. Synnott, S. Weber.
Second row: M. Welch, C. Greene, E. Taft, G.
Barton, A. Moulton, M. Feltvvell.
First row: D. Tod, W. Bolton, A. DiClemente,
S. Fox, M. O'Connor.
Second row: C. Sandberg, P. Parrish, E. Greene,
L. Vandeveer, R. Ozoonian, S. Calnan, T. Hyde-
man, D. Hayes.
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S. Wilkinson, B. Davidson, C. Watson, J. Thomp-
son, B. Harriman. Missing: A. Jennings.
Joan Foedisch, Captain
First row: F. White, J. New, T. Hart.
Second row: L. Scott, M. Feldblum, S. Holland, A. Crane,
C. Phillips, P. Marvin, S. Fournier, C. Worcester, V.
Pratt. Missing: F. Owsley.
First row: H. Jopling, B. Dillon, M. Moran, N. Dick,
R. Gray, M. Steketee, L. Yeomans.
Second row: B. Black, J. Foedisch, B. Gardner, T.
Severance, Z. Makepeace, A. Kales.
First row: P. Dufault, J. Nassar, J. New, K. Lockwood,
Second row: V. Kohler, C. Hutchins, S. Brennan, L.
Flesh, A. Daley, S. Thrall, M. Saliba, D. Ralphs.
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357 North Main Street
North Andover Mass.
"Where Drycleaning is an Art"
MARY ANNS CARD SHOP
Fine Yarns and Greeting Cards
92 MAIN STREET
Essex Street Andover
A. B. SUTHERLAND CO.
SMART & FLAGG, INC.
"Merrimack Valley's LEADING Family
309-325 Essex Street
LAWRENCE - MASSACHUSETTS
Andover 870 Main Street
LAWRENCE WHOLESALE DRUG CO.
INDUSTRIAL SHREDDER & CUTTER CO.
Trading here you save with safety.
a full and complete
line of —
REVLON BEAUTY AIDS
Style and Quality
13 Main Street Andover
Charlton A. Cifford Christopher C. Cifford
WRIGHT & DITSON SNEAKERS
All sizes including 1 1
Available in Navy or White
Wholesale Institutional Supplies
Cleaning Equipment and
WRIGHT & DITSON
462 Boylston Street
Boston 1 6 — Massachusetts
Paul W. Collins, Prop.
32 Park Street
SCHOOL JEWELRY WATCHES
ffl^ ANDOVER INN
JOHN H. GRECOE
11 A Treadway Inn
On the Campus of
Dinner 5:30 - 8:30 P.M.
OFFICIAL SCHOOL JEWELRY
Sundays 12:00 - 8:00 P.M.
46 Main Street
Robert N. Frazer, Innkeeper
TO HAPFY ME TORIES
BEEDE ELECTRICAL INST. CO., INC.
Penacook - New Hampshire
MALCOLM W. BLACK & CO., INC.
41 East 42nd Street
New York 17, N. Y.
Congratulations to the Senior Class With Best Wishes
For Happiness and Success.
The 1958 CIRCLE is another existing
Service \jf v^uaiih
PHOTOGRAPHY — YEARBOOK — PUBLISHING
MR. ROBERT VANTINE
132 Boylston Street
THE WARREN KAY VANTINE
132 BOYLSTON STREET, BOSTON, MASS.
Main Street Andover, Mass.
JOHNNY'S SUPER MARKETS,
Jewelers — Opticians
43 Park Street
"Your Local Specialists In Sports"
Rubber and Sporting Goods Store
581 Essex Street
Cosmetics For All Bunnies!
GOOD LUCK "587"
Andover — Massachusetts
SPECIAL . . .
Student Tours to Europe
College Week in Bermuda
Apply for Details
37 MERRIMACK STREET
S. S. PIERCE CO.
Home of Delicious Foods
BEST WISHES TO THE
CLASS OF 1958
Dr. and Mrs. L. M. Phillips
Compliments . . . .
GEORGE A. SAVAGE and SONS
Northeast Harbor - Maine
BOTTLING CO., INC.
THE BEST- KNOWN NAME
MEANS MORE THAN GLASS
Glass manufacturing was the New World's first industry. It started in
Jamestown in 1608, but so complicated are the problems of glass manufacture
that it was nearly 300 years before the industry could claim real success.
In 1883 the Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company was organized. Sound
financial policy and, equally important, a practical and much-needed distribution
system made Pittsburgh the first commercially-successful plate glass producer
Today, its Glass Division operates seven glass plants, three fabricating
plants, and two specialty plants. A new plate glass plant is under construction and
plans are being completed for a new window glass plant. Its Fiber Glass Division
produces strand and superfine fiber. Its products include plate and window glass
and a wide range of processed and fabricated flat and bent glass products.
But the name "Pittsburgh" has grown to mean more than glass. Pittsburgh
paints and brushes rank among the best in their fields. The company also produces
an outstanding line of Selectron plastics. Pittsburgh chemical research carried on
through its wholly-owned subsidiary, Columbia-Southern Chemical Corporation,
has developed many new products and manufacturing processes.
Yes, the best-known name in glass also means
Brushes, Chemicals, and Fiber Glass.
. Paints, Plastics,
PITTSBURGH PLATE GLASS COMPANY
1775 Arlington Avenue
THE CURLY TOP BEAUTY
Columbus 12 — Ohio
Soils and Foundation
Member Am. Soc. Civil Engineers
Telephone And. 1711
Reg. New York, Ohio
ALFRED T. GRANGER ASSOCIATES
Architects and Engineers
Hanover, New Hampshire
We hope too many won't be saved,
A number must be damned.
We'd better send some more below,
We can't have Heaven crammed.
Wynne, Cyn, and Doris
(the three angels)
THE RAVEN BEAUTY SHOPPE
28 Park Street — Andover
We pride ourselves on our
Scalp Treatments — Facials
Hair Stylings and Permanents
— Opposite the Fire Station —
Corsets — Elastic Stockings — Hosiery
Lingerie — Surgical Supports
THE DAME SHOP
40 Main Street, Andover
Clothes and Accessories of the Better Type
Andover, Lowell -Mass. (r
OUR BEST TO THE CLASS OF '58
W. F. DAYTON 5c -$1.00 STORES
Mr. and Mrs. G. C. Bensen
J. HISCOX CO., Inc.
Household Linens, Rugs,
Main Street, Andover
MARIE'S of ANDOVER, Inc.
52 Main St. -Tel. 1281
Nora Cox and Helen Guzzetti
Lumber and Supply
Jamestown, N. Y.
Best Wishes to the Class of 1958
Jamestown, New York
MERRIMACK VALLEY NATIONAL BANK
Andover Georgetown Haverhill
Merrimac Methuen North Andover
Serving the community since 1814
MEMBER FEDERAL RESERVE SYSTEM
MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stahlbrand
THELMA and JOE MORAN
Bride & Grimes Company
9 Franklin Street
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YOU'LL FIND IT
NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND'S
LARGEST HARDWARE STORE INDUSTRIAL DISTRIBUTOR
Oriental and Domestic
RUGS and CARPETS
BROOKS, GILL &
29-30 Canal Street
LAfayette 2923 — 2924 — 2925
Fine Stationery and Engraving
GIFTS GREETINGS CARDS
Frost & Higgins Co.
M. T. BIRD & CO.
ARLINGTON - MASS.
—The care of trees for over fifty years-
39 West Street, Boston
1286 Beacon Street, Brookline
Landscape Work— Pruning— Spraying-
Fertilizing— Large Tree Moving
"A contribution from a supporter of the school who
urges that for comfort, style and service you make sure
when buying shoes that they have sole leather bottoms."
Henry M. Gerasin Co.
CHOICE MEATS AND POULTRY
Specializing in Tenderloins and Sirloins
One Blackstone Street Boston 13, Massachusetts
JOSEPH P. EATON CO., Inc.
Beef — Lamb — Poultry and Veal
THE COFFEE MILL
Breakfast - Luncheon • Supper
125 MAIN STREET
REAL ESTATE TRAVEL
WE ENJOYED SINGING FOR
YOU AGAIN THIS YEAR
BEST OF LUCK
May Good Fortune Go
"Around the World"
Happiness and Success lie within
each one of us. The task is not to
discover them, hut to uncover them.
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Wfe Can'T all, O-nd Some oC u5
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For m« 4<i «r^HaTt ... *. bunrj-
i m 4rkt onlu wait »n S& ' j
. . . Good luck to you all.
S'WAS WONDERFUL! ?
— THE SADDLE SHOES
Sibby, Mike, Jenny, Jo, Rica
BABY, YOU JUST WAIT!"
— THE BROUGHAMS
COMPLIMENTS OF THE
ANDOVER GIFT HOUSE